A Century of Deceit

Barry Chamish is one of the most radical, out-of-control Zionists you’ll ever meet. Chamish is so extreme right-wing pro-settler, pro-Greater-Israel, pro-Jabotinsky, pro-Zio-terrorist, he makes Netanyahu look like a peace-loving statesman,” says Kevin Barrett PhD, an academic, author and talk-show host.
In a recent interview published at Salem-News on August 14, 2012 – Barry Chamish admitted that
 Shimon Peres and Ehud Barak
the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack was an ‘in-house’ job executed by Bush administration with the help of local Zionists and Israeli Mossad. However, he says that Israeli prime minister Benjamin
Netanyahu was not behind the 9/11. Chamish claims that Israel’s President Shimon Peres and Defense Minister Ehud Barak were behind the assassination of former prime Robin, President John F. Kennedy and 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Peres organized the murders of Rabin, Sharon, Eitan, Zeevi, all right wing politicians who stood in his way of “peace.” His “peace” center, as its first order of business in the 90s was to fund nanotechnology  (futuristic weapons).  Barak arrived in Washington to oversee the murder of JFK Jr., the publisher exposing the real Rabin murder to America. And Olmert’s co-Treasurer of the Likud Party of the late 80s, Menachem Atzmon was too close to 9-11 for any degree of comfort. He apparently was rewarded for taking the rap for Olmert,” said Chamish.

A close, mutually supportive relationship

In Israel it is typically called "the Jewish lobby," perhaps reflective of the fact that today virtually all the mainstream Jewish organizations in the U.S., both religious and secular – the ADL, Jewish Federations, Jewish Community Relations Councils, the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, Jewish Studies departments, Hillels, etc – advocate for Israel.

 Benjamin Ginsberg, in the anthology Jews in American Politics, notes that the "greatest triumph of American Jewish organizations during the postwar period" was to secure recognition of the state of Israel over the objections of the U.S. State and Defense Departments and then to successfully "urge" the U.S. government to provide Israel with billions of dollars over the subsequent decades.

The U.S.-Israel relationship has been very close and mutually supportive for many years. The Washington Post reports that U.S. support for Israel includes an average of about $3 billion yearly "earmarked entirely for military spending. Under an agreement between the two allies, at least three-quarters of the aid must be spent with U.S. companies…."

This means that the "'close, unshakable bond,'" as Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton described it, is also a mutually beneficial one: Israel gets the latest American military technology, and American weapons makers - Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing and others - get a steady stream of income.

"According to Israeli defense sources and U.S. congressional reports, Israel spends the bulk of its aid on warplanes such as F-15s and F-16s, jet fuel, high-end munitions and missile defense systems - weaponry the Israeli military would find difficult to replace or do without." (www.washingtonpost.com, 3/14/10) In return, Israel supplies the U.S. with military intelligence and terrorism (Mossad) cooperation..


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